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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 2.8, 1952 Korean POW Question Has Moral 00uoo,00 Issue Seen By All UN Members Except Russia And Satellites United Nations, N.Y. (NC)Involved in the Korean prisoner-of-war question is a mGral issue which has been explicitly recognized by all the 60 members of the United Na- tions, except the Soviet Union and her satellites. The UN command in Korea, througheut the endless truce talks, has maintained that p rieoners sheuld not be repatriated by force. In the four weeks of debate on .......................................................................................... Korea in the UN Assembly this issue has emerged, with increasing clarity, as the last remaining obstacle to a Ko- rean armistice. Even Russia&apos;s Mr. Vlshinsky stated three times during his three hour and 3[) min- ule statement that the exchange :A war prisoners is the "sole hurd'.e on the path toward the cessation of the Kin,an conflict !. the lone obstacle to the set- {lament of the whole question." The Soviet Union, however, in- sists timt all prisoners be re. pvtriated. It has spoken against forcible detention, ul it has l:e. fused, despite numerous ques- tions directed to the Russian dele- gation thrQughout the discussion. to declare itself against forcible rel) atriation. In a statement issued in Sop. tember the Ethics Committee of the Catholic Association for In. iernational Peace recalled "to the American people that there is a real moral issue at stake invol- ving not only their individual conscience, but the moral position of America before the world." I( asked that all Americans support the stand taken by American leaders on this question. Both Mexico and Peru have brought forward proposals for temporarily settling those pris- oners refusing repatriation in other states or in trm;t territories, with a 'migratory status" to en. at)le them to Work. Most widely heralded and long awaited was the Indian proposal. It would release pri-oners from both sMes to the jucisdiction of a Repatriation Comndssion com- posed of Czechoslovakia and Po- hind--Soviet satellites--and two traditional neutrals, Switzerland CAMDEN Best Wishes ! The Merchants And Planters Bank Member F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve System Camden, Ar Say it with Flowers Camden Florist & Greenhouse Camden Arkansas [ [I IIII I Best Wishes from H. J. METTY Cullendale Arkems v I I I I Illl IJ[i I  Shop Phone 6.2717 and Sweden. The U.S. mainta;ns, th':t any Korean prisoner p!an )nust reject forcible retention o.- lrcrcible re. Mt. Graduate Dies In Tragic Spa Accident Little Rock.--Theresa Gloor, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gloor of Hot Springs and mem- ber of Mt. St. Mary's 1952 grad.-. parati.:n, provide workable ran- chit.cry, :rod not leave the t)ri- .'oners indelinitely ;n the hands of ;Wl il:lcrn:l!, hal a!;;('nc,y with cvenlua rel)atriatic;l :s the fore- sc cable exit. Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden of Britain ha substantial.: ly endorsed the Indian proposal with m:e er two reservations, lie would make the epire a mem. ber of the commission and pro- vide some sort of resettlement agency for the prisa,:ers not re. patriated, lle referred in general terms to the UN Korean Recon- struction Agency and to the pro. , ', , posas uf Mexico and Peru. One statement of Mr. Eden's, i: i however is little short or dis- uating class, was killed lm-t Thursday evening in a traffic ac- cident on Malvern l:toad, Hot Springs. Apparently driving fairly fast, Miss Glaor was hurrying home to prepare for going t:) her music ,lesson, when her Buick sedan skidded onto the gravel shoulder of the highway. She must have lost control of the car in trying to get it back on the pavement, because it crashed eAth powerf|d impact into a gravel truck, driv- en by 18 year old Bobby Catnorn, employed by tt,e L. C. Eddy pany. The accident occured about 5 p.m., on Malvern Road, opposite the entrance to Itot Springs Country Club and about three quarters of a mile from the Gloor home. Miss Gloor was removed to St. Joseph's Hspital where she was plnounced dead on arrival. Funeral arrangements are inde- finite pending word of possible arrival f her brother, Oscar 5. Glr IV from duty with the U.S. Army in Korea. Besides her par- ents and brother. Miss Gloor is survived by a sister, Dolores, a St. Mmw's graduate, class of '50. Both Gloor, girls were active during their high school years a and popular boarding studen:s at Mt. St. Mary's. Theresa was a member of the Glee Club and of the yearbook staff. She was zeal- ous ih Sodality work and in tle Hot Springs chapter of ,CYO and during her boarding school years was practically a daily Communi. cant. She was employed by her father in his, bakery Lusiness. "Man" says St. Ignatius, "was created for this, that fearing God and'serving Him he might obtain life everlasting." Patrick's t 'i Drug Store R es. Phone 6.2605 Burns Roofing & Sheet Metal Works Metal Windows. Bow Plpe a peclalty ROOFS -- Metal, Slate, Tile, Built Up STANDARD -- Tanks, Fire Doors, Fire Shutters South Adanm Camden Arkansas [ I [ II [ I Best Wishes to St. Louis' Parish H Smith's Laundry - Cleaners "DECIDELY BETTER" 516 South Main Street 129 W. Washington St. Camden, Arkansas turbing. He said, "I also agree with Mr. Monton (the Indian delegate) that when suggestions are put forward which might a"- ford a way out, it is a mistake to examine too legalistically every win,.! and phrase." School Room At St. Patrick's To Be Blessed North Liltle Ro:'k.--The new school room for St. Patrick':; Parochial Seho, fl has been completed and will be blessecl by the I)astor, Very Roy. Msgr. ,Iarnes P. G'dfncy at 2:00 pan., Sunday, November 30. A n open hou:;e for the en. tire sche,)l is imme- diately fol!owir the blessing and the public is invited. The new room will be used for the firs; gracl and classes will be taught lhe, e begi)miny, Monday, Deccm',ser 1. Sister Leland, R.S.M., i:: the first g, acte teacher: Si:ce September of this ye'w the first gra,:le Eas been con- ducted in the l)t,|'i'.;h hall. Sis- .'ter M. Petr.:meil:. R.S.M., is principal at St. Patrick's. Classified Adoertisemenls Phone 5-2476 ASK FOR CLASSIFIED (Rates---Three lines mlnlmnm 80. IO, or aach addltlomd fins). For this Christmas and a Lifetime World Book Encyclopedia First Choice of America's Sehools MRS. W. B. RANDOLPII 2-2715 For Rent: Two bedrooms in home wltb privave entrance, ; kitchen privileges optional. Close to Cathedral, 1012 Louisiana, Telephone 2-6356. For Sale: Globe Werneke three section with top and base in per- fect condition. Priecd reason. able. Telephone 2.6356. * WANTED: Properly quail. * * lied Catholic grade school * * teacher to teach in parochial * * school located near the cen. * . * ter of the state. Please write *i * Guardian--Box C. *' Wanted: Refined girl or woman to live in lovely home--be a fair cook and love children. Family of 4. Good salary and pleasant working condition. Liberal time off. Write: Mr. T. Tompkins, No. 2.B Professional Building, Fort Smith or call 2-9573. Fort Smith. PITTS AUTO,SALES Clean Dependable Cars 716 West Third, NLR., Ph. 4-7817 Let MAIL.ME..lVONDAY take care of ALL you Bookkeeping and Tax Problems for as little as 5Oe PER DAY. Call W. D. Tamp- kins. Phone 4-9492  301 Ringo Street. For Fire and Casualty Insur. once. Call Albert W. Isenman, Jr,, Hall Bldg. Phone 2.3151. Hardwick Furniture Co. "Cmden's Leading Furniture Store" 107 North Madison Street Phone 6.5581 Camden, Arkansas Leo Hardwlck, Owner B.L. Hardwick, Manager 'WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY STINSON'S Your Jeweler Since 1850 PHONE 6-2901 Camden Arkansas HOME SUPPLY STORE 229 E. Wash. St. WE,tSELL ANYTHING , Camden Arkansas DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER Chiropractor Sl0 East Ninth Street Little Rock Arkansas Phone 2-2684 House calls Made Plumbing And Heating r REPAIR SPECIALISTS "k GEe. M. WOODS Call -334 Little Rock Little Rock.--Ann Saenger. Freshmen candidate for ,dueen at the annual Alunmae Bazaar was crowned Tuesday evening, November 25 at the Queen's Ball given in her honor at Mt. St. Mary's Academy. Mrs. C. A. Emrick, president of the alumnae association crowned the queen. Mr. Bob Peters was master of ceremonies. The queen and her maids are pictured above from left to right: Ncrma Walker, sophomore candidate, third place; Patti Johnson, grade school candidate, firth place: Mona Emmerling, junior candidate, fourth place; Ann Saenger, queen; and Mildred looth, senior candidate,second. Texarkana Knights Have Big Program Texarkana. -- Principal activ- ities ,Jr the Knights of ,Columbus, Council No. 265, Texarkan:,, which have been successfully carried out by our fi\\;e point co.'n. mittees are: 1. Monthly corporate Commur:- ion, on the 2nd Sm,:lay ol; each month. 2. Our annual Mother's day C.:)mmunion, at wiich time utl mothers of living a:'.d deceased members attend Co:],lfunion in a body. 3. Quarterly Communion wiih Sacred' Heart Councit 1003. 4. Members ,:ff Council give one day each year to the operating of March of Dimes booth in down town Texarkllla. 5. Sp<msor one needy child each year at our parochial school. 6. Hold annval K of C. picnic for mentbers, and ail members of parish. 7. Sponsor an:real broadcas'c each year on Columbus Day. 8. tfave been able to give num- erous blood donations t,a our ,Catholic Hospital annually, as the result of our charitable and loyal blood donors committee headed by Brother Alfred Wright 9. Stoge Our annual 'K2asey'a Minstrels" o1' which maj.:)r per thin of proceeds are donated to ,:air pastor for school builditg fund. I0. Council members keep all night vigil each Holy Thursday, beginning at 9 t).m,, until 7 a.w., Holy Friday. 11. Council jointly with Sacred Heart Council sponsor Catholic High Boosters club. "O grant us help from trouble, for vain is the help i: man." Ps. 107-13. Japanese Bishop Reports Church Growth To Pope Castelgandoleo. () -- Phenom. enal growth of the Cimrch in his diocese was reported by Bishop Paul Fm-uya of Ky,:)to, Japan, o Hi Holiness Pope Plus XlI. The Bishop said after his au- dience here that the ttoly Father was pleased to hear of the inter. est in the Caiholic Faith on the part ,:)f the Japanese people gen- erally. The Bishop added that he was happy to be aLle to report such splendid post.war progress in his own diocese. Statistics show that the acLivities in lhe wu'ious fields of Catholic life have at least trebled since 1945. Before the war the Catholics in the Diocese of Kyoto numbere-t 2,300. said the. Bishop, lind now there are 9,000. Monthly Social Planned For St. Therese's Geyer Springs.--The regular monthly sucial for the benefit el! St. Thee. es Mission will be held at the Church, Sun,day, November 30 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Marie Miller is chairll3arl as- sisted 'b:4 lVh'.;. A. J. 15ardin,, Mrs. Joe Mergenschroe:' and Mrs. William Mattingty. The public is cordially invited i.:) attend. Since the war, three US Com- munities of Sisters, one Spani:h ; and one French, iave come to establish institutions in the die. cese. 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Capitol 12ttle Rock Arkansas Truman Asked To 'Legacy' Of No Aid To S W,ington. (E) -- Presiden delivere(t to the \\;Vhite:il 'Irmnan. has bee]: aske(I to by ['otlr cler;Lvmen. The wilhhold |Lirlhcr tiuanci.1 ai, I mcnl said it., I)m't: to the Spanish G,:wermnent for "We suggest I]mi lhe remainder of ]]is term iu leave 10 yOLll' cfffice. It, was ai:-o asked to the nation no hea:lhier leave SLich a policy as t "leg- th:n] p. fCllCiffn pohcy ( acy" for his successor in uf[ice. ,:)t' the billcl: coniradiC Tim request was ma,Jc l)y u AIlc!rictln lllolloy gl;.iLl t) which said il l;CJ)l'(?.qtH1L'; ir. po',er a forei.;n 400 Proteslant cler-;ymei at],l which encoreages t}:e I,y people. ']'he }Ol[t!r and all l:..;I) oJ i]len, \\;\'onl(u ac(.otl)]91111yil]g stac,i]cnl \\;v/.? ie dl'en I)eca I.ise they  'same I)rolestanl Faith ! iled ,,},o,, the ,iloney Guardian Ma America,. Prolesta,,ts'  lyrar'- This Week p,:,,,t tis si,r,l \\;VCII]'il Ill;1 l.O LIS J)el'hOcL [ J(lll." Guardian. Ofl'i:'c,. --- T h i :; week's issue of 'the Guar,dian was placed in the Little Ro, k Pcs'l Office on Wednesday ira- stead of Thm'sday Lbecause .)i' 0RKIH the Thanksgiving holiday. It takes considerable ad. vancb phmning to publish the paper even one day e'arly. Some stories tna: wore a little late tlis v,'ecl, bbT:ame very late, because of 1no advanced mailing date. It stm ielps get stories not 1Mer than Moncluy of each week. . Wodd's'Largesf Pest Con Now Open And Ready To APPL$ } GENUINE BIRD ROOF Bird Master-Built Weather-Tex Shingles For New Construction or for Re-Roofing l SIDIN Insulated & Asbestos Siding. All Colors the New Pastel Shades . . . BIRD & SON Inc. Established 1795 Free Estimates . . . Terms 3 to 10 Years with down payment Triangle Roofing g, Sidi00n00 RoOF|NG SIDING -2- S'UOTING STORM WINDOWS, INSULATION AND SHEET METAL WORK 3917 ASHER AVENUE PHONE LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Arthur Godfrey So: "One S00J00'e BEAT BILLS Is to... 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